Open Source post election show November 6, 2014. Christopher Lydon interviews Tom Frank of Salon magazine, Randall Kennedy of Harvard Law School and Matt Stoller of Salon magazine, also with Princeton professor Martin Gilens and Cornel West. Topic: election politics democrats
A conversation about ISIS, in the wake of Senate approval for Syrian rebels, with John Mearsheimer, As'ad AbuKhalil, Hugh Roberts, and Patrick Cockburn. Topics: ISIS, Islam, jihad, Iraq, Syria, podcast, realism
Hacking Democracy with Zephyr Teachout, democratic candidate for governor in New York; campaign finance reformer Lawrence Lessig, New Yorker writer Hendrick Hertzberg and campaign for the National Popular Vote. Topic: democracy campaign finance reform
An Open Source conversation on Middle East borders, with Juan Cole, Seyla Benhabib and Labib Nasir. Topics: radio open source, christopher lydon, juan cole, seyla benhabib, labib nasir, middle east, iraq,...
An Open Source conversation on Middle East borders with Juan Cole, Seyla Benhabib, and Labib Nasir. Topics: open source, christopher lydon, juan cole, seyla benhabib, libab nasir, middle east, borders, iraq
Hoagy Carmichael, the song-writer of “Stardust” and “Georgia,” remembered the first time he heard Louis Armstrong play, in 1921. He dropped his cigarette and gulped his drink. “Why,” he moaned, “why isn’t everybody in the world here to hear that?” Something so unutterably stirring, he knew, had to be heard by the world. And over the next 50 years indeed it was. Louis Armstrong came out of the Colored Waifs’ Home in New Orleans and the honky-tonks of the red-light Storyville... Topics: Ruby Braff, Louis Armstrong, Chris Lydon
Christopher Lydon interviews David Foster Wallace on February 21st, 1996, three weeks after the publication of Infinite Jest Topics: Radio Open Source, David Foster Wallace, Christopher Lydon, The Connection, Infinite Jest